Gabrielle Union revealed that she had a "productive meeting" with NBC, just two weeks after being fired from "America's Got Talent" following reports of a toxic work environment.
Though Union didn't explicitly say who she met with in the tweet, NBC confirmed with USA TODAY that a meeting between Union and the network did take place.
On Twitter Wednesday, the former "AGT" judge, 47, opened up about the "lengthy 5-hour" chat she had.
"I was able to, again, express my unfiltered truth," Union tweeted. "I led with transparency and my desire and hope for real change."
According to a person close to the situation but not authorized to speak publicly, NBC "is working with Gabrielle to come to a positive resolution," and the network is planning "a further investigation to get a deeper understanding of the facts."
Union's new tweet marks her second time alluding to controversy on the show, after thanking fans for their support last week following Variety's bombshell report of "toxic culture" at "AGT."
We had a lengthy 5-hour, and what I thought to be, productive meeting yesterday. I was able to, again, express my unfiltered truth. I led with transparency and my desire and hope for real change.— Gabrielle Union (@itsgabrielleu) December 4, 2019
"So many tears, so much gratitude," Union tweeted on Nov. 27. "THANK YOU! Just when you feel lost, adrift, alone ... you got me up off the ground. Humbled and thankful, forever."
On Nov. 26, Variety reported a culture of toxic, racist jokes and "excessive notes" about physical appearance on set after news broke that Union and fellow judge Julianne Hough would not be returning to "AGT" for a second year.
On Wednesday, Hough broke her silence on her controversial exit from the NBC talent competition.
During an interview on People Now, Hough was asked: "How are you handling (the "America's Got Talent") situation and is there anything you wanted to clear up?"
“I would just say that – my goodness. I just believe and value at the highest regard that everybody has a voice and should be heard, first and foremost,” she said. “And then I believe that the paradigm of the workplace and how you do business and work with people now, it’s shifting, and I think that the people that really want to see change happen are going to authentically and positively … do that. And so that’s all I really have to say about that.”
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Gabrielle Union: I had 'productive' meeting with NBC after 'AGT' exit